Gen. Robert H. Barrow, USMC (Commandant of the Marine Corps)
I believe Gen. Barrow served as the Commandant around 1980. I didn't serve with him, but did serve as an EM in an S4 office at the Brigade level (Infantry-Army NG). It was interesting, because you had to learn, only once the hard way, to move troops, supplies and equipment where you needed them and when you needed them. You had a problem if any one component of that triangle was late or missing. Yes, there used to be a lot of trading and bartering at the last minute, but life was so much easier if you did your job and placed your orders on a timely basis ahead of time and were properly prepared.
Sounds a lot like "Prepping" doesn't it?